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July 2018: Oldest living film people!
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l***@yahoo.com
2018-07-02 16:12:58 UTC
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I've added James Vance Marshall to the miscellaneous list.

ACTRESSES:

1908: Edith Meinhard
1911: Renee Simonot
1912: Mary Carlisle
1913: Julie Gibson
1916: Olivia de Havilland,
1917: Marsha Hunt, Suzy Delair
1918: Fay McKenzie, Ivy Bethune, Baby Peggy Montgomery
1919: Caren Marsh, Sono Osato, Marge Champion
1920: Maggie Griffin, Franca Valeri, Kate Murtagh
1921: Carol Channing, Ruth de Souza, Muriel Pavlow
1922: Betty White, Joan Copeland, Bibi Ferreira, Micheline Presle, Janis Paige, Jacqueline White,
1923: Valentina Cortese, Gloria Henry, Elizabeth Sellars, Peggy Stewart, Maria Pacôme, Rhonda Fleming, Glynis Johns,
1924: Anne Vernon, Carole Cook, Machiko Kyo, Doris Day, Noreen Nash, Carmelita Pope, Priscilla Pointer, Eva Marie Saint, Joyce Randolph, Lily Weiding, Anita Linda, Maria Riva, Marge Redmond, Cicely Tyson
1925: Katherine "Scottie" MacGregor, June Lockhart, Cara Williams, Miiko Taka, Arlene Dahl, Honor Blackman, Angela Lansbury, Mary Kay Stearns, Lee Grant, June Whitfield, Kaye Ballard
1926: Nancy Gates, Jane Withers, Gloria Jean, Charlotte Rae, Cloris Leachman, Marilyn Knowlden, Virginia Patton, Helen Gallagher, Betty Lynn, Irene Papas, Julie Adams, Judith Magre,
1927: Barbara Rush, Phyllis Coates, Juliette Greco, Pat Carroll, Gina Lollobrigida, Rosemary Harris, Antonia Rey, Estelle Parsons, Genevieve Page
1928: Peggy Dow, Estelle Harris, Yvonne Furneaux, Annie Cordy, Line Renaud



ACTORS:

1914: Norman Lloyd
1916: Kirk Douglas
1917: Earl Cameron
1919: Nehemiah Persoff
1921: Josip Elic
1922: Bill Macy, Bernard Ladysz, Dilip Kumar
1923: Larry Storch, Jimmy Lydon, Val Bettin, Nicholas Parsons, James Karen, Dewey Martin, Mike Nussbaum
1924: Woody Woodbury, Espen Skjonberg, Leslie Phillips, Russell Nype, Charles Aznavour, Tony Britton, Ezzatollah Entezami, Jean Piat, Fredd Wayne, William Russell
1925: Ignacio López Tarso, Hal Holbrook, Jan Merlin, Richard Erdman, Bill Hayes, John Fujioka, Forrest Compton, Morgan Woodward, Jan Skopecek, Bernard Hepton, Michel Bouquet, Mark Miller, Dick Van Dyke, Michel Piccoli
1926: Ted White, Allan Rich, Robert Clary, Shecky Greene, John O'Leary, Val Bisoglio, Carleton Carpenter, John Ericson, Biff McGuire, Robert Brown, Terry Kilburn
1927: Sidney Poitier, Harry Belafonte, William Daniels, Peter Mark Richman, David Hedison, Michael Constantine, Jerry Stiller, Ed Ames, William Smithers, Joe Turkel, Will Jordan, L.Q. Jones, Bill Daily, Freddie Jones, Robert Hossein
1928: Mitchell Ryan, Peter Donat, Stuart Whitman, Conrad Janis, Paul Dooley, Joss Ackland, Hardy Kruger, Jackie Mason, Ed Fury


DIRECTORS:

1922: Carl Reiner, Tony Charmoli, Bert I. Gordon, Jonas Mekas
1923: Franco Zeffirelli, Gene Reynolds, Mrinal Sen
1924: Matti Kassila, Stanley Donen, Robert M. Young
1925: Peter Brook, D.A. Pennebaker, Claude Lanzmann
1926: Roger Corman, Mel Brooks, Norman Jewison
1927: Kenneth Anger, Jerry Schatzberg, Marcel Ophuls
1928: William Klein, Agnes Varda, James Ivory


PRODUCERS:

1918: Artur Brauner
1921: Walter Mirisch
1922: Norman Lear
1923: Stan Waterman, Michael Medwin
1924: Eric Pleskow
1925: Alberto Grimaldi
1926: James Lipton
1927: Arthur Cohn


MISCELLANEOUS:

1917: Harriet Frank, Jr.
1918: Shinobu Hashimoto
1919: Sid Ramin, Walter Bernstein
1920: Norma Barzman
1921: Hugh Downs
1923: Silvano Campeggi, Guiseppe Rotunno, Józef Hen
1924: James Vance Marshall, Sheldon Harnick, Gerda Klein, Johnny Gilbert, Gene Deitch, Lee Adams, Freddy Buache
1925: John Simon, Sonny Fox, Theodorakis, Alan Bergman, Johnny Mandel
1926: Gene Shalit, Peter Marshall, David Attenborough, Sandy Kossin, Murray Schisgal
1927: John Kander, Neil Simon
1928: Harold Prince, Roger Mudd, Tom Jones, Burt Bahcarach, Charles Strouse, Lee Phillip Bell, Richard M. Sherman


Expanded list:

ACTRESSES:

1908: Edith Meinhard (Diary of a Lost Girl)
1911: Renee Simonot (French actress/dubber for Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz)
1912: Mary Carlisle (Baby Face Morgan)
1913: Julie Gibson (Three Smart Saps, 1943)
1916: Olivia de Havilland (Gone With the Wind)
1917: Marsha Hunt (Smash-Up), Suzy Delair (The Mad Adventures of 'Rabbi' Jacob)
1918: Fay McKenzie (Down Mexico Way, 1941), Ivy Bethune (Back to the Future), Baby Peggy Montgomery (Helen's Babies, 1924)
1919: Caren Marsh (Wizard of Oz), Sono Osato (The Kissing Bandit, 1948), Marge Champion (dancer and model for Snow White)
1920: Maggie Griffin (TV's My Life on the D-List), Franca Valeri (The Widower, 1959), Kate Murtagh (Farewell, My Lovely, 1975)
1921: Carol Channing (Thoroughly Modern Millie), Ruth de Souza (Filhas do Vento, 2004), Muriel Pavlow (Doctor in the House)
1922: Betty White (TV's The Golden Girls), Joan Copeland (TV's As the World Turns), Bibi Ferreira (The End of the River, 1957), Micheline Presle (Devil in the Flesh, 1947), Janis Paige (Silk Stockings), Jacqueline White (Crossfire, 1947)
1923: Valentina Cortese (Day for Night), Gloria Henry (TV's Dennis the Menace), Elizabeth Sellars (The Day They Robbed the Bank of England, 1960), Peggy Stewart (Oregon Trail, 1945), Maria Pacôme (The Undergifted, 1980), Rhonda Fleming (Spellbound), Glynis Johns (Miranda),
1924: Anne Vernon (The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, 1964), Carole Cook (The Incredible Mr. Limpet), Machiko Kyo (Rashomon), Doris Day (Pillow Talk), Noreen Nash (Giant), Carmelita Pope (Brando, 2007), Priscilla Pointer (Carrie, 1976), Eva Marie Saint (North by Northwest), Joyce Randolph (TV's The Honeymooners), Lily Weiding (The Green Butchers), Anita Linda (Adultery, 1984), Maria Riva (The Scarlet Empress, 1934), Marge Redmond (The Trouble With Angels), Cicely Tyson (TV's The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman)
1925: Katherine "Scottie" MacGregor (TV's Little House on the Prairie), June Lockhart (TV's Lost in Space), Cara Williams (The Defiant Ones, 1958), Miiko Taka (Sayonara), Arlene Dahl (Journey to the Center of the Earth, 1959), Honor Blackman (Goldfinger), Angela Lansbury (Gaslight), Mary Kay Stearns (TV's Mary Kay and Johnny), Lee Grant (Shampoo), June Whitfield (TV's Absolutely Fabulous), Kaye Ballard (TV's The Mothers-in-Law)
1926: Nancy Gates (Suddenly), Jane Withers (Giant), Gloria Jean (Never Give a Sucker an Even Break), Charlotte Rae (TV's The Facts of Life), Cloris Leachman (Young Frankenstein), Marilyn Knowlden (Les Misérables, 1935), Virginia Patton (It's a Wonderful Life), Helen Gallagher (TV's Ryan's Hope), Betty Lynn (Cheaper by the Dozen, 1950), Irene Papas (Zorba the Greek), Julie Adams (Creature from the Black Lagoon), Judith Magre (The Lovers, 1958)
1927: Barbara Rush (The Young Philadelphians), Phyllis Coates (TV's Superman), Juliette Greco (The Sun Also Rises), Pat Carroll (The Little Mermaid), Gina Lollobrigida (Solomon & Sheba), Rosemary Harris (Spider-Man), Antonia Rey (Dora the Explorer), Estelle Parsons (Bonnie & Clyde), Genevieve Page (Belle de Jour)
1928: Peggy Dow (Harvey), Estelle Harris (TV's Seinfeld), Yvonne Furneaux (La Dolce Vita), Annie Cordy (Demented, 2006), Line Renaud (Le miroir de l'eau, 2004)


ACTORS:

1914: Norman Lloyd (Saboteur)
1916: Kirk Douglas (Spartacus)
1917: Earl Cameron (The Interpreter, 2005)
1919: Nehemiah Persoff (Some Like it Hot)
1921: Josip Elic (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest)
1922: Bill Macy (TV's Maude), Bernard Ladysz (Znachor, 1982), Dilip Kumar (Madhumati, 1958)
1923: Larry Storch (TV's F-Troop), Jimmy Lydon (Life with Father, 1947), Val Bettin (The Great Mouse Detective), Nicholas Parsons (TV's The Wotwots), James Karen (Poltergeist), Dewey Martin (Big Sky), Mike Nussbaum (Men in Black)
1924: Woody Woodbury (For Those Who Think Young), Espen Skjonberg (O'Horten, 2007), Leslie Phillips (Carry On Nurse), Charles Aznavour (Shoot the Piano Player), Tony Britton (Sunday Bloody Sunday), Ezzatollah Entezami (The Cow, 1969), Jean Piat (Rider on the Rain, 1970), Fredd Wayne (A More Perfect Union: America Becomes a Nation, 1989), William Russell (TV's Dr. Who, 1963-1965)
1925: Ignacio López Tarso (Macario, 1960), Hal Holbrook (All the President's Men), Jan Merlin (TV's Rough Riders), Richard Erdman (Stalag 17), Bill Hayes (TV's Days of Our Lives), John Fujioka (Pearl Harbor, 2001), Forrest Compton (TV's Gomer Pyle), Morgan Woodward (Cool Hand Luke), Jan Skopecek (The Mysterious Castle in the Carpathians, 1981), Bernard Hepton (TV's The Six Wives of Henry VIII, 1970), Michel Bouquet (Toto le Hero), Mark Miller (TV's Please Don't Eat the Daisies), Dick Van Dyke (TV's The Dick Van Dyke Show), Michel Piccoli (Belle de Jour)
1926: Ted White (Friday the 13th, Final Chapter), Allan Rich (Serpico), Robert Clary (TV's Hogan's Heroes), John O'Leary (The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter), Shecky Greene (History of the World, Part I), Val Bisoglio (Saturday Night Fever), Carleton Carpenter (The Whistle at Eaton Falls, 1951), John Ericson (Bedknobs and Broomsticks), Biff McGuire (Serpico), Robert Brown (TV's Here Come the Brides), Terry Kilburn (Goodbye, Mr. Chips, 1939)
1927: Sidney Poitier (To Sir, With Love), Harry Belafonte (Odds Against Tomorrow), William Daniels (The Graduate), Peter Mark Richman (Dark Intruder, 1965), David Hedison (Live & Let Die), Michael Constantine (My Big Fat Greek Wedding), Jerry Stiller (TV's Seinfeld), Ed Ames (TV's Daniel Boone), William Smithers (Papillon), Joe Turkel (The Shining), Will Jordan (I Wanna Hold Your Hand), L.Q. Jones (The Wild Bunch), Bill Daily (TV's I Dream of Jeannie), Freddie Jones (The Elephant Man), Robert Hossein (Rififi)
1928: Mitchell Ryan (Lethal Weapon), Peter Donat (The Godfather II), Stuart Whitman (The Mark, 1961), Conrad Janis (TV's Mork and Mindy), Paul Dooley (Popeye), Joss Ackland (White Mischief), Hardy Kruger (Hatari!), Jackie Mason (Jackie Mason on Broadway), Ed Fury (Colossus and the Amazon Queen, 1960),


DIRECTORS:

1922: Carl Reiner (Oh, God!), Tony Charmoli (TV's Lidsville, 1971), Bert I. Gordon (Village of the Giants), Jonas Mekas (Walden, 1969)
1923: Franco Zeffirelli (Romeo & Juliet, 1968), Gene Reynolds (TV's M*A*S*H), Mrinal Sen (The Case is Closed, 1982)
1924: Matti Kassila (The Harvest Month, 1956), Stanley Donen (Singin' in the Rain), Robert M. Young (Dominick & Eugene)
1925: Peter Brook (Marat/Sade, 1966), D.A. Pennebaker (Don't Look Back), Claude Lanzmann (Shoah)
1926: Roger Corman (Little Shop of Horrors, 1960), Mel Brooks (Blazing Saddles), Norman Jewison (Fiddler on the Roof)
1927: Kenneth Anger (Scorpio Rising), Jerry Schatzberg (Panic in Needle Park), Marcel Ophuls (The Sorrow & the Pity)
1928: William Klein (Float Like a Butterfly, Sting Like a Bee), Agnes Varda The Umbrellas of Cherbourg), James Ivory (The Remains of the Day)


PRODUCERS:

1917: Stanley Rubin (Macao, 1952)
1918: Artur Brauner (Europa Europa)
1921: Walter Mirisch (West Side Story)
1922: Norman Lear (TV's All in the Family)
1923: Stan Waterman (Blue Water, White Death), Michael Medwin (O Lucky Man!)
1924: Eric Pleskow (Beyond Rangoon, 1995)
1925: Alberto Grimaldi (The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly)
1926: James Lipton (TV's Inside the Actors Studio)
1927: Arthur Cohn (The Garden of the Finzi-Continis)


MISCELLANEOUS:

1917: Harriet Frank, Jr. (screenwriter, Hud)
1918: Shinobu Hashimoto (screenwriter, Rashomon)
1919: Sid Ramin (orchestrator, West Side Story), Walter Bernstein
(screenwriter, Fail Safe)
1920: Norma Barzman (screenwriter, Never Say Goodbye)
1921: Hugh Downs (TV's 20/20)
1923: Silvano Campeggi (poster artist, Gigi), Guiseppe Rotunno
(cinematographer, Fellini Satyricon), Józef Hen (novelist/screenwriter: The Boxer, 1963)
1924: James Vance Marshall (author: Walkabout), Sheldon Harnick (lyricist: Fiddler on the Roof), Gerda Klein (author: One Survivor Remembers, 1996), Johnny Gilbert (Announcer: TV's Jeopardy!), Gene Deitch (Tom & Jerry animator), Lee Adams (lyricist: Bye Bye Birdie), Freddy Buache, film historian & director of the Swiss Film Archive, 1951-1996)
1925: John Simon (critic), Sonny Fox (host of TV's Wonderama), Theodorakis (composer: Zorba the Greek), Alan Bergman (composer: TV's Maude), Johnny Mandel (composer: MASH's Suicide is Painless)
1926: Gene Shalit (critic), Peter Marshall (host: TV's Hollywood Squares), David Attenborough (host: TV's The Living Planet), Sandy Kossin (poster designer: Becket), Murray Schisgal (screenwriter: Tootsie)
1927: John Kander (composer: Cabaret), Neil Simon (playwright: The Odd Couple)
1928: Harold Prince (theatrical producer: West Side Story), Roger Mudd (broadcaster), Tom Jones (librettist: The Fantasticks), Burt Bacharach (composer: Alfie), Charles Strouse (composer: TV's All in the Family), Lee Phillip Bell (creator: TV's The Young and the Restless), Richard M. Sherman (composer: Mary Poppins' Chim Chim Cheree)



Lenona.
Dennman6
2018-07-02 21:20:03 UTC
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Russell Nype has apparently died on May 27, 2018 at the age of 98.
l***@yahoo.com
2018-07-02 21:23:10 UTC
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Post by Dennman6
Russell Nype has apparently died on May 27, 2018 at the age of 98.
How annoying. I remembered to erase him from the expanded list, but not the short list. Thanks.
l***@yahoo.com
2018-09-01 16:18:02 UTC
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Guess what - there's another actor I should have added LONG ago, since he just turned 106!

https://www.google.com/search?ei=R7qKW5ODJKmIgge2jp7QCg&q=katsumi+tezuka+106&oq=katsumi+tezuka+106&gs_l=psy-ab.3...18732.19763..19891...0.0..0.84.309.4......0....1..gws-wiz.v_rhdu2GplM

He pretty much retired at age 55.

Incredibly, you will not find that birthday mentioned in the usual online daily celebrity birthday lists. I only found out because I opened...gasp...a PAPER. (Though I don't know how many newspapers printed that notice.)


Lenona.
c***@aol.com
2018-09-03 00:51:01 UTC
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Mary Carlisle died August 1.
c***@aol.com
2018-09-03 00:48:59 UTC
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Fred Wayne died August 27.
p***@gmail.com
2018-09-17 21:29:08 UTC
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RIP Betty White, Gloria Jean.
Diner
2018-09-18 02:56:33 UTC
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Post by p***@gmail.com
RIP Betty White, Gloria Jean.
You posted this a few hours before Betty's live appearance on the Emmys.
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